Scholarship Details

  • One scholarship available in the amount of $4,000 (CAN).
  • Scholarship recipient will receive an (optional) 3-month offer of paid employment either between academic years (i.e., summer) or as part of their study requirements (i.e., internship). Dig follows a hybrid working policy, and this internship can be done remotely or at our office in Toronto, Ontario.


  • Individuals who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color).
  • Demonstrate diverse extra-curricular participation and community involvement.
  • Currently enrolled in a post-secondary program from an accredited university or college in Canada.
  • Canadian Citizens, permanent residents of Canada, or individuals who are legally eligible to work in Canada for any employer until, and including, December 31, 2024.

Selection Process

We thank all applicants for their submissions; the successful candidate(s) will be contacted via email and/or phone notification for a 30-minute interview prior to the issuance of the scholarship award.

Dig Insights has full discretion to issue the Dig – BIPOC Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship to candidate(s) that meet all criteria outlined above. In the event that no candidate satisfactorily meets the criteria, Dig Insights reserves the right to not issue the scholarship award for the academic year in question.

2024 Application deadline: February 29, 2024

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